Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown ran for 124 yards in relief of Danny O'Brien, but coach Randy Edsall is "evaluating" the position.
O’Brien, last season’s ACC Freshman of the Year, may not even be Maryland’s starting QB come Saturday against Clemson. He was 1-of-6 with a pick against Georgia Tech on Saturday and, frankly, has not done much since an opening win over Miami. O’Brien is the nation’s 92nd-rated passer. Brown, also a sophomore, was only 4-of-17 for 36 yards with a pick against the Yellow Jackets. However, he provides a dynamic O'Brien does not: the ability to run. Brown ran for 124 yards, including a 77-yarder for a TD, and led another scoring drive. He has given coach Randy Edsall, who indicated he will evaluate the play of both QBs before making a decision as to who will start against Clemson this week, something to think about.
Mon, Oct 10, 2011 12:57:00 PM